Art Exhibitions

Throckmorton Theatre is committed to fostering all creative art forms.  We believe artists have a unique opportunity to dissolve barriers and inspire important conversations.  The images and objects artists create serve as both public and personal narrative—a lens through which we can observe that which exists both within and apart from us.  Each month we present an exhibit of noteworthy artwork to engage the community with the artists and the aspirations that drive them.

HOW TO SEE  Our galleries display monthly art exhibits.  During Mill Valley’s First Tuesday Art Walk, from 5-7pm, we open for an Artist Reception where the public can meet the artist and get a first glimpse of their exhibit.  Gallery hours are 2-6pm Tuesday thru Saturday, during evening showtime hours and by appointment.  If you would like to see the work by appointment please call us at 415-383-9611.

GUEST CURATORS  We are incredibly lucky to welcome Ronie Dalton and Margaret Moster as our Guest Curators for our Fall 2016 thru Spring 2017 Seasons.  Both are accomplished artists who have an abiding passion for the creative arts and both are dedicated to supporting our talented community of artists.

  • RonieRonie Dalton lived in Mill Valley, California for 25 years where her children were raised. During the latter part of that period she served as the liaison between the Mill Valley Art Commission and the artists displaying their work at the Mill Valley City Hall Gallery. Her work and designs have been shown at LIMN Gallery in San Francisco, College of Marin, the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts, and the Garden Gate, in Arcata, California. In 2008 she moved to Columbus, Georgia where she developed a multi-media project called “A Break in the Battle: Tattoo Project Fort Benning”. It was shown at various venues there and this year was displayed at the Columbus Museum. She returned to the area in 2013, lives in Petaluma, California, and continues to pursue her interest in the arts.
  • Margaret Moster has pursued art in one form or another for most of her life. Her current passion is life sculpture, working in clay and cold cast bronze. She is a longtime resident of Mill Valley and has shown her work in various California art exhibitions.

If you are interested in submitting your work to be considered for a show please email info@ThrockmortonTheatre.org with the subject line Artist Exhibition Inquiry.  Please include a link to your work and/or website.  We are typically booked approximately 6-8 months out but welcome inquiries.  .